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5th Cardiac Marker Dialogues Meeting - “Troponin in the real world”

30/09/2022
Following 4 successful meetings in 2010, 2011, 2014 and 2019, Cardiac Marker Dialogues is pleased to be back with a 5th meeting. We invite you to join us on Friday 30 September at the Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel, Scotland.
In 2010 UK NEQAS for Cardiac Markers identified a requirement to initiate a dedicated meeting to educate and involve clinical scientists, biomedical scientists, clinicians and the diagnostics industry in the continuously evolving area of cardiac markers and their role in diagnosis and treatment.

-BASIC CLINICAL LABORATORY SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES TEACHING COURSE - 2 Days

12/06/2022
THE COURSE IS FOCUSSED ON PROVIDING TRAINING TO BIOMEDICAL SCIENTISTS, CLINICAL SCIENTISTS, AND TRAINEE DOCTORS IN CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY AND METABOLIC MEDICINE.
THE CONTENT IS USEFUL FOR EXAM PREPARATION (MSC, FRCPATH) AND DAILY LABORATORY PRACTICE AND IS COMPLEMENTARY TO OUR FRCPATH MOCK PRACTICAL COURSE HELD AT A LATER DATE.
ENTHUSIASTIC AND EXPERT FACULTY IN LABORATORY MEDICINE HAVE BEEN RECRUITED AS TEACHERS AND WE HAVE RECEIVED GOOD FEEDBACK FROM ATTENDEES IN PREVIOUS YEARS.
THE COURSE IS PARTICULARLY UNIQUE AS WE PROVIDE THEORETICAL TRAINING AS WELL AS PRACTICAL HANDS ON TRAINING WITH INTERACTIVE PROBLEM BASED SESSIONS.

Biomed Online Learning courses - 1

15/10/2022
Biomed Online courses delivered over 12 weeks in following subjects:
• Advanced Human Genetics
• Analysis of Nucleic Acids
• Antibiotics
• Applied Haemostasis and Thrombosis
• Blood Transfusion
• Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry Analysis in Healthcare Settings
• Clinical Data Interpretation
• Diabetes and the Clinical Laboratory
• Diagnosis of Breast Cancer
• Diagnostic Haemostasis and Thrombosis
• Governance and Risk Management
• Haemoglobinopathies
• Haemolytic Anaemias
• Haematological Malignancies
• Healthcare Law and Ethics
• Immunocytochemistry in Diagnostic Cellular Pathology
• Implementing Advanced Quality Management
• Lung Disease
• Management of Healthcare Associated Infection
• Managing Learning and Development in Healthcare
• Parasitology
• Point of Care Testing
• Quality Systems Management
• Renal Disease
• Robotics and Automation

Expanding the Practice of Biomedical Laboratory Science

17/06/2022
This 90-minute webinar is a great opportunity to learn from our international colleagues and apply their knowledge and experiences to your own practice.
Certificates of Attendance will be emailed to participants after the webinar.

Haematology Morphology Study Days: Morphology and its Relation to Disease

20/10/2022
This is a two day course suitable for those studying for their specialist portfolio or those simply wanting a refresher course.

NPIC Digital Pathology Webinar Series

17/06/2022
• The National Pathology Imaging Co Operative (NPIC) is excited to present a brand new FREE 8 part educational webinar series on digital pathology
• Learn first hand about hot topics in clinical digital reporting, the digital laboratory, IT and informatics and get a chance to pose your questions to the experts!
• Suitable for pathologists, biomedical scientists, informatics and IT professionals, managers and industry representatives. CPD approved.

Tissue recognition in Histopathology

22/07/2022
This course is aimed at Biomedical Scientists preparing for their specialist portfolios and working in histopathology departments involved in the preparation of routine histological sections.
The course may also be useful for support staff involved in section preparation and quality control.
The course aims to teach recognition of a range of tissues and how knowing these can impact on patient quality. The afternoon session will aim to link what has been learned to consequences for the lab and patient management.

NPIC Digital Pathology Seminar Series - Innovation into Practice - Session One

17/06/2022
• The National Pathology Imaging Co-Operative (NPIC) is excited to present a brand new FREE 8 part educational webinar series on digital pathology.
• Learn first-hand about hot topics in clinical digital reporting, the digital laboratory, IT and informatics and get a chance to pose your questions to the experts!

Tumour Assessment for Molecular Testing

06/09/2022
As genomic testing becomes more routine for cellpath labs, there is an increased need for
assessment of the tumour content for the more complex tests in particular, in order to ensure
there is enough tumour material to ensure the test result is valid.

Tumour tissue however is mixed, usually containing both tumour and non-tumour cells. Tumours
are also heterogenous, with some areas more relevant for a given test than others. For this
reason, the region of tumour that the DNA/ RNA is extracted from must be assessed to ensure it is
suitable and contains a sufficient amount of tumour cells for genomic analysis.

This course has been developed for histopathologists, clinical scientists and biomedical scientists
involved in the selection of tumour samples for genomic testing.

IBMS - Annual General Meeting programme

11/06/2022
Investigating the Dead: Human Remains from the Battle of Towton, AD1461, and what they can tell us’ by Tim Sutherland, battlefield archaeologist.
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